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Old 07-17-2010, 07:30 AM
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Finished homemade stacks w/ pics

A buddy and I finished my 6in stack setup last night so thought I would show it off. Its 4in to a 6in by 40in long aluminum miter cut stack.The funnest part was cutting the stack out of the stock material because he only had a 12in cut off saw so we had to rotate it but luckily the miter lined up. Not bad for only spending $20 bucks for the flex pipe and paint on the whole thing. It helps to have a friend that's a pipe fitter.





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Old 07-17-2010, 02:08 PM
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Looks good man. I like the single stack look.
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looks good what Cab rack is that?
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looking great, and i see you allready have some soot on the headache rack too.
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Looks good
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looks good what Cab rack is that?
The company is Protech, they have a few different styles. They are really popular up here. The company is based out of Vancouver WA, which is only a few miles from me and there is another in La Vergne, TN. Heres a link to there site. Pro-Tech Industries Cab Racks, Tractor Trailer Accessories, Pickup Truck Accessories, Toolboxes, etc.
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very nice, where did you pick up the flex pipe?
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looks great man. really sets the truck off.
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Looks good. Great job! Is that a plastic bed liner?
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good looking truck...now do something with those mirrors

in your sig you have
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